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Marriage protects against loneliness, but not all marriages are equally protective. While marriage is a highly interdependent relationship, loneliness in marital dy has received very little research attention. Unlike most studies proposing that positive and negative marital qualities independently affect loneliness at the individual level, we used a contextual approach to characterize each partner's ratings of the marriage as supportive high support, low strainambivalent high support, high strainindifferent low support, low strainor aversive low support, high strainand examined how these qualities associate with own and partner's loneliness.
Actor-partner interdependence models showed that positive and negative marital qualities synergistically predict couple loneliness. Spouses in aversive marriages are lonelier than their supportively married counterparts actor effectand that marital aversion increases the loneliness of their partners partner effect. In addition, wives but not husbands in indifferent marriages are lonelier than their supportively married counterparts. These effects of poor marital quality on loneliness were not ameliorated by good relationships with friends and relatives.
highlight the prominent role of the marriage relationship for imbuing a sense of connectedness among older adults, and underscore the need for additional research to identify strategies to help older adults optimize their marital relationship. Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features! Clipboard, Search History, and several other advanced features are temporarily unavailable. Search: Search. Advanced Clipboard. Display options Display options. Create Lonely married wives Cancel. citation Subject: 1 selected item: - PubMed. Format: Summary Summary text Abstract Abstract text.
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